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CBS
Mar 20, 2013 5:30pm PDT
on buss. rob roth is live in san francisco where he talked with officials and people behind those ads. rob. >> reporter: the new muni bus ads are expected to run in less than two weeks. many are calling them hate speech. anti-gay messages are set to begin running april 1st. this one quotes an islamic cleric. quote, the punishment of homosexuality is the death penalty." a second ad has iranian president saying "homosexuality is ugly." both end with the statement "that's his jihad, what's yours." >> my ad is designed to save lives. refusing to call attention to the plight of gays is killing people. >> reporter: teresa sparks says geller's ads are trying to pit the gay community against muslims. >> what she's doing is trying to portray muslims and arabs has being anti-gay. and i don't think that's the case. >> reporter: the new ads follow on the heels of current ads running on a handful of buses with anti-muslim messages. last week city leaders denounced those ads. muni says it's forced to run them. >> even though we disagree with the content we
FOX
Mar 20, 2013 6:00pm PDT
incoming some with anti-gay messages are getting ready to run on buss. rob roth is live in san francisco where he talked with officials and people behind those ads. rob. >> reporter: the new muni bus ads are expected to run in less than two weeks. many are calling them hate speech. anti-gay messages are set to begin running april 1st. this one quotes an islamic cleric. quote, the punishment of homosexuality is the death penalty." a second ad has iranian president saying "homosexuality is ugly." both end with the statement "that's his jihad, what's yours." >> my ad is designed to save lives. refusing to call attention to the plight of gays is killing people. >> reporter: teresa sparks says geller's ads are trying to pit the gay community against muslims. >> what she's doing is trying to portray muslims and arabs has being anti-gay. and i don't think that's the case. >> reporter: the new ads follow on the heels of current ads running on a handful of buses with anti-muslim messages. last week city leaders denounced those ads. muni says it's forced to run them. >> even though we disagree wit
CBS
Mar 14, 2013 5:30pm PDT
to keep the school's accreditation turned san francisco city college into a skeleton. ktvu's rob roth is live in the city where there is a rally underway. >> reporter: hundreds of san francisco city college students, teachers and union members are rallying in front of city hall. they are upset about cuts and changes the administration is proposing, all this while the survival of san francisco city college hangs in the balance. >> reporter: students from san francisco city college marched through campus and into the streets this afternoon. >> what do we do? >> reporter: tomorrow is the deadline for san francisco city college officials to submit a report detailing while the college should keep its accreditation. protesters say it eliminates too much. >> all of the staff cuts and all of the student service cuts has been turning our school into a skeleton. making it hard for new people to want to come. >> reporter: the administration says changes are necessary. last summer they found 14 deficiencies in how the college is run and said fix them or else.
FOX
Mar 8, 2013 6:00pm PST
sex is asking for help tonight. rob roth in daly city where the question is not should schools hand out condoms but who should pay for them. >> reporter: schools often seek donations from art supplies to musical instruments, but one district here daly city is seeking donations so students can get free condoms. many students here at westmoore high will soon be able to get free condoms the same is true at four other high schools. it's called the the condom availability program and could be up and running next month. it's aimed at preventing teenage pregnancies and sexually transmitted diseases. >> there's aids out there as well. if this could protect a student's life from disease or possible you know death, i mean the board recognizes this. >> reporter: the district consists of 4,000 students in five high schools in daly city, brisbane and pacifica. silar programs exist in san francisco and con ta costa county. some students say it's an excellent idea. >> so we won't have babies young and so i won't catch any diseases. >> others say they don't like the idea at all. >> people are going
FOX
Feb 28, 2013 5:00pm PST
at several more stations. ktvu's rob roth is here now with how much more you will have to pay and when it goes into effect. rob? >> reporter: we are in the parking lot of the hayward bart station, one of seven that are free but not for long and that is not all that is going up. >> reporter: when it comes to buying a bart ticket these may be considered the good old days because the board of directors voted to raise fairs by -- fares by 5.2% ride from hayward francisco now $4.60 one way will go up to $4.85. >> that is ridiculous. ridiculous. >> means one less cup of coffee a week. it is a good service. good service has a cost. >> reporter: directors say it will bring in $17 million a year and necessary to keep up with inflation. >> we haven't been investing enough to make sure we have the capacity for the new riders. >> reporter: we asked the board president what he thought reaction would be. >> hopefully they will understand we are trying to keep their ride high quality and good value for money. >> reporter: some aren't seeing it that way. >> i don't think it is good to pay more. >> rep
FOX
Mar 1, 2013 6:00pm PST
for the first time since the man was fatally shot last month. rob roth spoke to city officials who now say they are doing things differently to try to prevent another strategy. rob? >> reporter: ken, first friday is just getting started on telegraph avenue in downtown oakland. people are still arriving. the streets are closed. and there's a peace concert going on in memory of kiante campbell, shot to death at last month's first friday. oakland has made a number of changes this time, hoping that nothing like that happens here again. at this art gallery on telegraph avenue, an antiviolence display is going up, asking people to keep first friday safe. oakland police say -- oakland has already made changes. the event will end an hour earlier at 9:00 p.m. the size of the festival has shrunk from 10 blocks long to six, and no drinking alcohol on the streets. bars, including this beer garden can still serve customers, but-- >> i have the responsibility to make sure that my patrons, people who buy beer from me don't leave with it. you're welcome to consume your beer on this premises, but you can't
KICU
Mar 7, 2013 11:30pm PST
of officer baker and butler. good evening. >> as ktvu's rob roth tells us this afternoon's show of support was both overwhelming and heartbreaking. >> reporter: the hp pavilion seemed like the saddest place on earth today. the families of the slain police officers as well as dozens of police officers remembered and said goodbye to detective elizabeth butler and detective butch long baker. >> remembering who they were will help us get through this together. >> reporter: who they were were parents as well as police officers. sergeant butch long had two children. >> you are the very reason i have good in my life. >> reporter: and detective baker had a husband and two children, including joaquin. >> joaquin, you want to say hi. >> hi. >> i whispered to her that i would take care of our boys and make sure they would always know what a great person their mom was. >> reporter: butler and baker were shot to death nine days ago as they attempted to interview jeremy gulei. leon panetta said people often look away instead of helping those prone to violence. >> they drew the line. they were doing the
FOX
Mar 7, 2013 10:30pm PST
's rob roth tells us this afternoon's show of support was both overwhelming and heartbreaking. >> reporter: the hp pavilion seemed like the saddest place on earth today. the families of the slain police officers as well as dozens of police officers remembered and said goodbye to detective elizabeth butler and detective butch long baker. >> remembering who they were will help us get through this together. >> reporter: who they were were parents as well as police officers. sergeant butch long had two children. >> you are the very reason i have good in my life. >> reporter: and detective baker had a husband and two children, including joaquin. >> joaquin, you want to say hi. >> hi. >> i whispered to her that i would take care of our boys and make sure they would always know what a great person their mom was. >> reporter: butler and baker were shot to death nine days ago as they attempted to interview jeremy gulei. leon panetta said people often look away instead of helping those prone to violence. >> they drew the line. they were doing their job. and they paid the ultimate price
FOX
Mar 11, 2013 5:00pm PDT
and ktvu's rob roth was there tonight. >> reporter: it just wrapped up in downtown san francisco. on the second anniversary of the japan earthquake and tsunami, demonstrators say the melt down that followed must serve as a lesson. >> reporter: 30 protesters rallied demanding the closure of all nuclear power plants. >> people should know how they are so deadly dangerous because so many people, so many people are still suffering. >> reporter: two years ago a 9.0 earthquake triggered a tsunami and left 400 people homeless. the tsunami forced the nuclear power plant into melt down. today two of their 50 plants are operating. the government is still devising a new strategy. we spoke today with the general. >> we may but i don't know how long it will take. >> we have to stop it. enough is enough. >> reporter: many are concerned about long term health consequences, especially for the children. he is optimistic about the outcome. >> i don't expect any ill effect for the population in japan. >> joel: two years later -- >> reporter: two years later getting people in housing is the biggest
FOX
Mar 21, 2013 5:00pm PDT
mortgage. ktvu's rob roth is live in oakland. >> reporter: this afternoon this house in east oakland was sold for 183,000 by a bank, even though the owner lived here for 20 years. while foreclosures drifted from the headlines they still happen. just ask the owner. >> yes. >> reporter: he lived in this home since 1993 but he and his daughter won't be able to stay much longer. >> despair. unimaginable to have to move after 20 years of being here. >> reporter: they bought the house after retiring from the army. but 5 years ago he got divorced and had to refinance to pay his ex-wife the loan from bank of america became unfordable. he tried to work with bank of america. >> different person each time you talk to them. different answer every time you talk to them. a lust of frustration. -- a lot of frustration. >> reporter: he went to his bank this afternoon with the alliance of californians for community empowerment, no luck. the bank put the house up for auction. he is now among the 10,000 residence who faced foreclosure in the past three years. most of them minorities. >> they are predat
KICU
Mar 15, 2013 7:00pm PDT
safe. >>> it is a make or break day for the city of san francisco. the as rob roth reports, nearby schools are keeping a close eye on what happens now. >>> today is the deadline for city college of san francisco to fix all efficiencies found. not all have been fixed. because the officials are saying they are optimistic who will stay open. in a statement, the chancellor wrote that they believe it will emerge stronger and students worry it may shutdown. >> it means that i will have to save for another college. but, at this point i don't have that kind of money. >> in california 19 community colleges out of 112 face sanctions. among them merit colleges receive a low-level warning and the college of marin had it removed. in the east bay. this have never been problems? >> i worry if i have enough money to cover all of the things that i need to cover. will we beable to done to honor all of our contracts? >> community colleges are at mercy of state budgets. >> it makes it hard to put out a long-term budget that is based on something really solid when the state legislature controls how the
CBS
Mar 24, 2013 11:00pm PDT
of the alcatraz tour. rob roth took a look and met a man who remembered the rock as a living hell. >> it stands as a monument to misery for the prisoners who misbehaved their way here to alcatraz. darwin coon did hard time here. >> this was my cell. >> reporter: after robbing a series of banks and escaping from another prison. >> a living hell. b block over there was total misery. so many inmates here needed to be in a mental institution rather than a prison. so you have to be aware of who was around you at all times. guys would go off at any time and they would hurt you. >> reporter: the living hell that was alcatraz is still endlessly fascinating atracking more than 1 million visitors a year. and today the parks service unveiled the upgrade and changes it's been working on. some of the homemade shims to stab other prisoners or guards are now on display. and saps that guards carried despite not allowed to are also on display. they've been furnished to look the way they looked. >> it goes down to the minutia. it looks like an inmate just left
FOX
Mar 24, 2013 11:00pm PDT
years ago federal officials announced an expansion of the alcatraz tour. rob roth took a look and met a man who remembered the rock as a living hell. >> it stands as a monument to misery for the prisoners who misbehaved their way here to alcatraz. darwin coon did hard time here. >> this was my cell. >> reporter: after robbing a series of banks and escaping from another prison. >> a living hell. b block over there was total misery. so many inmates here needed to be in a mental institution rather than a prison. so you have to be aware of who was around you at all times. guys would go off at any time and they would hurt you. >> reporter: the living hell that was alcatraz is still endlessly fascinating atracking more than 1 million visitors a year. and today the parks service unveiled the upgrade and changes it's been working on. some of the homemade shims to stab other prisoners or guards are now on display. and saps that guards carried despite not allowed
FOX
Mar 14, 2013 5:00pm PDT
's accreditation turned san francisco city college into a skeleton. ktvu's rob roth is live in the city where there is a rally underway. >> reporter: hundreds of san francisco city college students, teachers and union members are rallying in front of city hall. they are upset about cuts and changes the administration is proposing, all this while the survival of san francisco city college hangs in the balance. >> reporter: students from san francisco city college marched through campus and into the streets this afternoon. >> what do we do? >> reporter: tomorrow is the deadline for san francisco city college officials to submit a report detailing while the college should keep its accreditation. protesters say it eliminates too much. >> all of the staff cuts and all of the student service cuts has been turning our school into a skeleton. making it hard for new people to want to come. >> reporter: the administration says changes are necessary. last summer they found 14 deficiencies in how the college is run and said fix them or else. >> we haven't been in agreement on everything but everybody app
FOX
Mar 22, 2013 5:00pm PDT
are in the hunt. rob roth is live with the growing excitement at cal. >> reporter: on telegraph avenue you see berkeley is just up the street and at pappy sports bar and grill they're flying the school's colors getting ready for tomorrow's big college games. the men and womens. berkeley may be reknowned for its academic program but it's basketball that's in the spotlight right now. with the men'sbasketball team advanced in las vegas, the following is growing. >> around campus there's some buzz. >> a lot of people are ripping cal and talking about the team so it's fun to be around. >> reporter: tomorrow's game against syracuse in san jose is sold out. tickets are going from $100 for nosebleed seeds to $2,000 to sit court side. stub hub says it's been one of the most sought after tickets because the game is being played in the bay area. >> last night i was at the game. i thought we played great and i'm glad we beat them this time around. >> reporter: at pappy's sports bar, a tape of yesterday's game was on the tv screen. the owner said it was packed here last night and expects even bigger crowds
FOX
Mar 12, 2013 6:00pm PDT
to justification. rob roth is in the mission district tonight with more on this. rob. >> we are in a neighborhood, as you can see, it is a community of small mom and pop owned restaurants. these business owners are banding together as a common threat. >> here, business owners say they have been getting calls from real estate agents. >> i receive quite a few calls from them, trying to find vacant space, talking about locations where there are existing businesses that they are looking to bring in their customers. >> any reasons we are concerned? >> absolutely. >> luis is almost up here on 24 24th and brian streets. >> if our landlord will increase the lease, we have to think of our options and our location. >> lower 24th street is a 15 block neighborhood in the mission extending from patrero street to valencia. it has seen so many new restaurants move in, some long time business owners are proposing a restaurant moratorium. the owners on 24th street worry about the trend. >> one is valencia gets so full, they are trying to get into this area. >> the business association is holding meetings
KICU
Mar 8, 2013 11:30pm PST
on the peninsula, five high schools will soon be giving them out to students. rob roth talks about how the program will be put into action. >> reporter: many students here will soon be able to get free condoms the same is true at four other high schools. it's called the condom availability program and could be up and running next month. >> there's aids out there as well. if this can protect a student's life, from disease or possible you know death, i mean the board recognizes this. >> reporter: the district insists of approximately 4,000 students in five high schools in daily city, brisbane and pacifica. similar programs exist in san francisco and con ta costa county. some students say it's an excellent idea. >> so we won't have babies young. and so i won't catch any diseases. >> reporter: others say they don't like the idea at all. >> people are going to have more sex. and when you're young you're not supposed to have sex. >> reporter: the school says they will not simply be handing out condoms. children must first take a class and speak to the counselor. the district has seen an increase in clam
KICU
Feb 28, 2013 11:30pm PST
appears to have been dead at least three years and they are checking missing persons reports. >>> as rob roth tells us, it's not just fares that will cost more. >> reporter: these may be considered the good old days, that's because the b.a.r.t. board of directors voted to raise fares effective new year's day 2014. that means a ride from hayward to downtown san francisco $4.64 will go up a quarter to $4.85. >> that's ridiculous. >> it means one less cup of coffee a week, something like that. it's a good service. and good services have a cost that go with it. >> reporter: b.a.r.t. directors say the increase will bring in an addition $17 million a year and is necessary to keep up with inflation. >> we haven't been investing enough to keep the system in a state of good repair. we haven't been investing enough to make sure we have the capacity for the new riders, the focus has been very much extensions. >> reporter: the b.a.r.t. board also voted to start charging $1 a day for the remaining free parking lots as soon as april. those include, north concord, concord, hayward, the richmond coliseu
KICU
Mar 12, 2013 11:30pm PDT
. as ktvu's rob roth fear gentrification. >> i received quite a few calls from them you know trying to find vacant space, talking about locations where there are existing businesses that they are looking to bring in their customers. >> and that raises your concern. >> absolutely. >> reporter: the lease is almost up at the galleria de la raza and there's concern about how high the new rent will go. >> if our landlord is going to increase the lease, we have to think of our options and our location. >> reporter: lower 24th street is a 15 -- 15 street neighborhood. they are proposing a restaurant moratorium. the owners of elle cafe worry about the trend. >> once valencia starts to get so full over there, they're trying to get into this area. people with money. >> reporter: the lower 24th street business association has begun holding meetings to try to search for ways to preserve the latino culture. perhaps establish limits on what kinds of businesses can move in. >> . the business association has already gained the support of several. people who say they want to preserve the flavor of the neig
KICU
Mar 15, 2013 11:30pm PDT
for next month. a final decision is expected in june. in san francisco, rob roth, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> the bay area housing market appears to be getting red hot again even outside the bay area in mountain house in san joaquin county home sales are up 352% in three years. we told you about the planned community there eight years ago and sales were brisk then. in 2008 it was considered the most under water community in the country. now it has turned around again. >>> there are reports tonight that the release of the steve jobs bio pic has been postponed. this is video of the movie crew filming last year in los altos. deadline hollywood is reporting the movie titled jobs has no release date. the movie stars ashton cutcher as steve jobs. jobs was originally slated to be released next month. >>> your bay area weekend is here and your weather is cooperating yet again. we've had a string of nice weekend -- nice weekends and here we go. we had 75 up in santa rosa. 69 in san jose. temperatures tomorrow not much different than these. we're going to see more sunshine tomorrow so a little mo
KICU
Mar 19, 2013 11:30pm PDT
francisco, rob roth, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> uc students hoping to earn degree credits online may not be able to after all. university of california faculty leaders announced their opposition to legislation that would allow public college students to earn credits online. the bill would allow students who can't get into overcrowded classes to take similar online courses from outside institutions. >>> state where sheman tom amemiano introduced legislation that would make policing cannabis laws the responsibility of california alcoholic bench control. it would provide a structure for medical cannabis cultivation, processing, testing and description. >>> a few light showers out there right now. we have more showers on wait will impact the morning commute as we head into your wednesday. as you look at the last few hours, last 6 hours you see the rain moving through here. heaviest rain in the south bay. this area right here, you see the leading edge? right where the red line is. that's a cold front. those are the dynamics. those will get in here in the next 6 to 8 hours. bringing heavie
KICU
Mar 20, 2013 11:30pm PDT
rights commission. rob roth, ktvu, channel 2 news. >>> a local boy scout council says its survey shows the majority are in favor of repealing the gay ban on scouting. 81% of those who answered said they want lgbt individuals to be included in scouting. 74% said if the policy was changed, they would recommend scouting to a gay, or lesbian friend. >>> showers have moved out of the area for the most part. still, a few light sprinkles in the area. that will go on for the next few hours. stormtracker 2 all lit up. this isn't really anything here. mostly cloudy conditions out there. overnight lows are going to get chilly. the ground is moist. the nights are fairly long. we're looking for tomorrow morning is some valley fog. i think we'll see patches of valley fog in the north bay, and some of the east bay valleys. it looks like there could be valley fog in the usual spots. tomorrow will be a warmer day. 5 to 8 degrees warmer tomorrow than it was today. when i come back, we'll get specific for your forecast high for thursday. then we go looking for that next round of rain. i'll see you back h
FOX
Feb 28, 2013 10:00pm PST
missing persons reports. >>> as rob roth tells us, it's not just fares that will cost more. >> reporter: these may be considered the good old days, that's because the b.a.r.t. board of directors voted to raise fares effective new year's day 2014. that means a ride from hayward to downtown san francisco $4.64 will go up a quarter to $4.85. >> that's ridiculous. >> it means one less cup of coffee a week, something like that. it's a good service. and good services have a cost that go with it. >> reporter: b.a.r.t. directors say the increase will bring in an addition $17 million a year and is necessary to keep up with inflation. >> we haven't been investing enough to keep the system in a state of good repair. we haven't been investing enough to make sure we have the capacity for the new riders, the focus has been very much extensions. >> reporter: the b.a.r.t. board also voted to start charging $1 a day for the remaining free parking lots as soon as april. those include, north concord, concord, hayward, the richmond coliseum, glen park and san francisco. this hay woárd woman says she is no
FOX
Mar 7, 2013 5:00pm PST
know. >> we will miss you so much. goodbye my love. >> reporter: rob roth, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> as we've been showing you, officers from all over the bay area, the state even from outside california all came to today's memorial to show their support. here you can see a representative from the vacaville police department. and officers from the montebello police department also made the trip to remember the two fallen officers. >>> attorney general camella harris says law enforcement is not just a career. police work is not just a job. >> it takes a very special kind of person to get up every day, put on a badge and take on all the problems of a troubled world. >> speaking at today's funeral, sergeant baker and detective butler are two heros who represented the best of a most noble profession and calling. harris says she spoke on behalf of the people of california in thanking law enforcement officers and their families for their sacrifices. >>> one of those who spoke today was a santa cruz county supervisor. >> this has been an extraordinarily trying times in our community. s
FOX
Mar 8, 2013 10:00pm PST
will soon be giving them out to students. rob roth talks about how the program will be put into action. >> reporter: many students here will soon be able to get free condoms the same is true at four other high schools. it's called the condom availability program and could be up and running next month. >> there's aids out there as well. if this can protect a student's life, from disease or possible you know death, i mean the board recognizes this. >> reporter: the district insists of approximately 4,000 students in five high schools in daily city, brisbane and pacifica. similar programs exist in san francisco and con ta costa county. some students say it's an excellent idea. >> so we won't have babies young. and so i won't catch any diseases. >> reporter: others say they don't like the idea at all. >> people are going to have more sex. and when you're young you're not supposed to have sex. >> reporter: the school says they will not simply be handing out condoms. children must first take a class and speak to the counselor. the district has seen an increase in clamidia. still parents are
FOX
Mar 12, 2013 10:00pm PDT
for such a change. >>> san francisco is known for merchant groups. as ktvu's rob roth fear gentrification. >> i received quite a few calls from them you know trying to find vacant space, talking about locations where there are existing businesses that they are looking to bring in their customers. >> and that raises your concern. >> absolutely. >> reporter: the lease is almost up at the galleria de la raza and there's concern about how high the new rent will go. >> if our landlord is going to increase the lease, we have to think of our options and our location. >> reporter: lower 24th street is a 15 -- 15 street neighborhood. they are proposing a restaurant moratorium. the owners of elle cafe worry about the trend. >> once valencia starts to get so full over there, they're trying to get into this area. people with money. >> reporter: the lower 24th street business association has begun holding meetings to try to search for ways to preserve the latino culture. perhaps establish limits on what kinds of businesses can move in. >> . the business association has already gained the support of several
FOX
Mar 15, 2013 10:00pm PDT
by the accreditation commission scheduled for next month. a final decision is expected in june. in san francisco, rob roth, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> the bay area housing market appears to be getting red hot again even outside the bay area in mountain house in san joaquin county home sales are up 352% in three years. we told you about the planned community there eight years ago and sales were brisk then. in 2008 it was considered the most under water community in the country. now it has turned around again. >>> there are reports tonight that the release of the steve jobs bio pic has been postponed. this is video of the movie crew filming last year in los altos. deadline hollywood is reporting the movie titled jobs has no release date. the movie stars ashton cutcher as steve jobs. jobs was originally slated to be released next month. >>> your bay area weekend is here and your weather is cooperating yet again. we've had a string of nice weekend -- nice weekends and here we go. we had 75 up in santa rosa. 69 in san jose. temperatures tomorrow not much different than these. we're going to see more sunshi
FOX
Mar 19, 2013 10:00pm PDT
and offer to help raise money. in san francisco, rob roth, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> uc students hoping to earn degree credits online may not be able to after all. university of california faculty leaders announced their opposition to legislation that would allow public college students to earn credits online. the bill would allow students who can't get into overcrowded classes to take similar online courses from outside institutions. >>> state where sheman tom amemiano introduced legislation that would make policing cannabis laws the responsibility of california alcoholic bench control. it would provide a structure for medical cannabis cultivation, processing, testing and description. >>> a few light showers out there right now. we have more showers on wait will impact the morning commute as we head into your wednesday. as you look at the last few hours, last 6 hours you see the rain moving through here. heaviest rain in the south bay. this area right here, you see the leading edge? right where the red line is. that's a cold front. those are the dynamics. those will get in here in the
FOX
Mar 20, 2013 10:00pm PDT
to san francisco's human rights commission. rob roth, ktvu, channel 2 news. >>> a local boy scout council says its survey shows the majority are in favor of repealing the gay ban on scouting. 81% of those who answered said they want lgbt individuals to be included in scouting. 74% said if the policy was changed, they would recommend scouting to a gay, or lesbian friend. >>> showers have moved out of the area for the most part. still, a few light sprinkles in the area. that will go on for the next few hours. stormtracker 2 all lit up. this isn't really anything here. mostly cloudy conditions out there. overnight lows are going to get chilly. the ground is moist. the nights are fairly long. we're looking for tomorrow morning is some valley fog. i think we'll see patches of valley fog in the north bay, and some of the east bay valleys. it looks like there could be valley fog in the usual spots. tomorrow will be a warmer day. 5 to 8 degrees warmer tomorrow than it was today. when i come back, we'll get specific for your forecast high for thursday. then we go looking for that next round of rai
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